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This page shows the latest behavioural science news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

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But science - and, crucially, how you communicate it - isn’t actually a given. ... Binns. “The most effective partners will not only have the insight, the research and understanding of behavioural science, they’ll know how to apply it to drive

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  • Turning healthcare on its head Turning healthcare on its head

    Research shows that patients want to play their part in improving the treatment of disease,” says Kate Eversole, an experienced pharma marketer currently studying an MSc in behavioural science. ... If pharma companies can leverage that desire, they can

  • New behavioural science comms consultancy launches New behavioural science comms consultancy launches

    In the Wild's managing director Andrew Martello said: “Our clients are innovators in the pharmaceutical industry who see the untapped potential of behavioural science. ... To do this the agency will work with a broad network of academics and

  • Pharma must ‘create new social contract’ Pharma must ‘create new social contract’

    This body will call from experts in law, ethics, economics, behavioural science and other disciplines, to help: “Create a new framework for a social contract and clear research agenda” from the

  • The challenge of poor adherence in type 2 diabetes The challenge of poor adherence in type 2 diabetes

    All of these incorporate interventions derived from behavioural science theory. 'Stoptober', for example is a scheme which encourages smokers to stop smoking for the whole of October on the basis that ... Stoptober' uses key principles drawn from

  • The behavioural science of adherence The behavioural science of adherence

    A broad range of factors can influence a person’s decision not to take treatment as prescribed but these can now be seen to be underpinned by academic principles

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  • Nudge-nudge, think-think Nudge-nudge, think-think

    Interestingly, those guidelines – reviewed in November 2017 – haven’t changed in more than a decade, despite rapid advances in culture, behavioural science and technological opportunity. ... However, it’s clear that the ever-expanding

  • How behavioural design is transforming the role and impact of life sciences in healthcare How behavioural design is transforming the role and impact of life sciences in healthcare

    Behavioural economics will become essential to the future success of life sciences companies. ... 2. Ground behavioural change in the science:Build interventions based on the latest studies in academia, business and patient research, and tailor these to

  • Stepping out Stepping out

    Companies are not yet mature in their understanding of how to deploy behavioural science,” says Aaron Bean, director, life sciences, UK &Ireland, at EY. ... As an industry we shouldn’t become obsessed with data analytics or behavioural science - we

  • If a nudge doesn’t last forever, how do we ensure sustained behaviour change? If a nudge doesn’t last forever, how do we ensure sustained behaviour change?

    Behavioural economics is an important behavioural science that helps to explain our behaviour. ... Its importance in our current way of thinking and understanding human behaviour has been recognised in the award of Nobel prizes to two eminent behavioural

  • Managing medication non-adherence Managing medication non-adherence

    No one likes being told what to do, which is why most successful digital health solutions include behavioural science strategies in their toolbox, in order to cajole and nudge us into ... Successful digital solutions must therefore aim to nudge behaviour

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  • Healthcare Comms appointments Healthcare Comms appointments

    Shairose Ebrahim, group president and CEO, IMC, said: “[Andrew’s] strategic behavioural science know-how coupled with his expertise in health- and medicines-related behaviour will provide our clients with a ... deeper understanding of patient and

  • AXON picks Andrew Martello to lead new Brighton office AXON picks Andrew Martello to lead new Brighton office

    Martello, a behavioural science strategist with expertise in health- and medicines-related behaviour, will provide clients with a deeper understanding of patient and healthcare professional perspectives. ... Andrew’s expertise in behavioural science

  • Prime Global expands Core’s senior team Prime Global expands Core’s senior team

    Prior to his new role, Brunhuber served as head of medical strategy for Havas SO where he launched a start-up agency within the Havas network combining behavioural science and health

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Latest from PMHub

  • ‘Love looks not with the eyes but with the mind’

    I’ve only scratched the surface of what behavioural science has to tell us about love. ... As far as I’m concerned, behavioural science and healthcare communications are a perfect match.

  • A unique tool for turning data into brand strategy

    Behavioural science tells us our behaviours and actions are a product of our environment, including our culture, relationships and the world we live in.

  • Branding Science

    Our thinking, qualitative and quantitative techniques, and outputs are grounded in a deep understanding of human cognition and behavioural science. ... journeys. We work closely with our Branding Science Group partners to offer strategic consultancy,

  • EphMRA round up 2018

    This set the underlying tone for the conference, with many papers focusing on technology, behavioural science, patient engagement, data analytics, and collaborative approaches to optimising and enhancing insights.Read the full

  • Pegasus opens health track at Cannes Lions

    Entitled ‘Can Behavioural Science Save Lives?’ and featuring Dr Paul Chadwick from University College London’s Centre for Behaviour Change, our own head of insights and planning Corrina Safeio and Stuart

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